Environmental Quality Assessment of Anthropogenically
Impacted Estuary using Fish Genera Composition, Tissue Analysis, and Condition Factor.
Coral cover and partal mortality on anthropogenically
impacted coral reefs at Eilat, northern Red Sea.
It was useful to characterise the system, including the matrices that were anthropogenically
Microbiological features of anthropogenically
transformed soils of Western Siberia [Mikrobiologicheskie osobennosti antropogenno preobrazovannyh pochv Zapadnoj Sibiri], in Russian, Novosibirsk
induced global climate change has been identified as a significant threat to these sensitive ecosystems.
One of the greatest threats to environment caused by anthropogenically
induced climate change is the production of CO2 as a result of industrialization.
What has kept ecologists from focusing on the ecology of industrial, urban, suburban and anthropogenically
disturbed areas for so long?
Impacts of anthropogenically
influenced groundwater seepage on water chemistry and phytoplankton dynamics within a coastal marine system.
In addition, in anthropogenically
affected rivers such as the Murray River, NEP has been measured as approximately zero, with respiration being driven largely by autochthonous sources of OC (Oliver and Merrick 2006; Gawne et al.
The presence of ovarian follicles in male frogs is noteworthy but further study is necessary to determine whether this phenomenon is natural or anthropogenically
Process studies along altitudinal gradients and in associated headwater basins Ecological and hydrological field studies and experiments, including manipulative ones, along altitudinal gradients and at sensitive sites can provide invaluable data on potential responses of mountain ecosystems to anthropogenically
induced environmental change as well as increasing understanding of the associated biotic feedbacks.
In tropical areas, amphibian studies have mainly focussed on species diversity and richness, with some conducted in anthropogenically
fragmented environments (e.